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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 26 - July 2, 1998 - 47 UD announces spring semester dean's list The University of Delaware has announced its dean's list for the spring, 1998 semester. Named to the dean's list are full time students with grade point av- erages of 3.33 or above for the se- mester, with no temporary grades. Dean's list students from the Cape Region include the follow- ing: Harbeson - Clifford William Lawson II and Katherine Victoria Wright; Lewes - Susan Stephanie Allen, Craig Allen Beebe, Melissa Ellen Betts, Jeremy Richard Brockway, Kenworthy shines at Worcester Lacey Kenworthy of Rehoboth Beach was selected as Best All- Around Student in grades 7-8 at the Annual Academic Convocation and dinner, held recently at Worcester Country School in Berlin, Md. Kenworthy was chosen KENWORTHY for this honor by a written vote of faculty and staff members. To be considered for all-around recognition, a student must carry at least an 86 average for the school year and be evaluated for citizenship, leadership and contri- butions to the school program. Kenworthy acted in the school's production of "Alice in Wonder- land," was captain of the grade seven and eight field hockey and lacrosse teams and demonstrated strong leadership in many class activities. She is the daughter of Randy and Missy Kenworthy. Cannon named to honor society at Western Maryland Mary Ruth Cannon of Lewes was honored at the annual Senior Investiture and Honors Convoca- tion at Western Maryland Col- lege. Cannon, the daughter of Karen and Earl Cannon, was recognized for her selection into Phi Beta Kappa, the paramount academic honor society in the United States. She and other WMC students were inducted into the honor soci- ety after the awards convocation. Cannon was also recognized as a graduating member of the WMC four-year honors program. Fomey, Myers graduate from St. Andrew's Meredith Lankford Forney of Lewes and Susan W. Myers of Rehobotb Beach graduated from St. Andrew's School in Middle- town during graduation exercises held at the school on Sunday, May Melissa Maria Byrum, Heather Ann Gibson, Corey Ross Groll, Heather Ellen Guffey, Katie Lynn Melson, Patricia Anne Moran, Eliza Catherine Morris, Katie Ruth Rickards, John David Skoglund and Nicole Andrea Reed; Milisboro - Christina Grace Andrews, Ryan Thomas Deck, Gina Ann Ferraro, Erika Nola Frank, Sarah Jane Goiding, Jason Nathaniel Hastings, Jason Daniel Jaszemksi, Shari Lynn Jones, Norman Clement Kennedy III, Kara Karin Layfield, Brian David 24. The commencement address was given by guest speaker James R. Lilley, former U.S. Ambas- sador to the People's Republic of China. Forney, the daughter of Dennis and Rebecca Forney, was a senior corridor prefect and co-captain of the girl's squash team. She will at- tend the University of Delaware in the fall of 1999. Myers, who graduated cum laude, is the daughter of Gary and Jane Myers. She received the Community Service Prize, which is awarded to a student who has performed outstanding communi- ty service. Myers was also a se- nior corridor prefect. She will at- tend Davidson College in the fall. Rehoboth student graduates Saint James Glenn Burnside Vernon, the son of Geoffrey and Patricia Vernon, both of Rehoboth Beach, graduat- ed from Saint James School in St. James, Md., on Sunday, June 7. The commencement address was given by retired U.S. Navy Adm. James L. Holloway III, who serves as president of the school's board of trustees. Vernon served as captain of both the foot- ball and base- ball teams and was a member of the Mummers Society and the Irving So- ciety; he also served as a tour guide. He VERNON will attend Washington College in Chestertown, Md., in the fall. Founded in 1842, Saint James School is the oldest board- ing and day Episcopal college preparatory school in the United States founded on the English model, enrolling boys and girls grades seven through 12. Cape grad honored at Mount St. Mary's Stephanie E. Daisey of Lewes was honored as a member of sev- eral honor societies at the honors convocation ceremony, held April 26 at Mount St. Mary's College & Seminary. Daisey, the daughter of J. Lawrence and Sherry E. Daisey, is a member of the Monsignor Tier- Lewis, Shane Allen Lingo, Karin Melissa Meehan, Thomas Antho- ny Neville, Millie Dean Passwa- ters, Jill Lynn Warrington and Robert Kelly Williams; Milton - Lynette Marion Ton- nessen; Rehoboth Beach - Tracy Lynn Frahizzio, Nicole Debra Lawson, Andrew Christian Bramblett, Melinda Susan Dill, Lion Gard- ner, Megan Margaret Kelley, Heather Dawn Stevenson, Brandi Ann Townsend and Daniel Nathan Wood. ney Honor Society, which recog- nizes students of excellent academic merit and promotes in- teraction among honor students and DAISEY department honor societies. Membership is granted to students of all majors who maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.4. Daisey is al- so a member of Psi Chi, the colle- giate honor society for students in psychology. She was also named to the dean's list for the spring se- mester. A graduate of Cape Hen- lopen High School, Daisey ma- jored in psychology. She has been accepted into the Individual and Family Studies Program at the University of Delaware, where she will pursue her master's de- gree in the fall, and has been awarded an assistanceship and a stipend, based on her academic standing at Mount St. Mary's. First State day care to begin July 1 Openings for the Lewes sum- mer day care centersponsored by First State Community Action Agency are available for the pro- gram scheduled to begin July 1. Terry Pasco, child development administer for First State, said the school will provide instruction in art, language skills, music and sports; field trips are also planned. Children aged 3 - I0 are eligible and parents who qualify may ap- ply for the state sponsored Pur- chase of Care program by calling 856-5699, which will pay for all or part of the $70 per week fee, said Pasco. The center, located at 150 Jefferson St., will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Breakfast and lunch will be provid.ed for the children. Enrollment is limited to 35. For more information, call Angela Lofland at 856-7761. Ross named to dean's list at Ferrum College Jeffrey Ross, a senior physical education major from Laurel, has been named to the dean's list at Ferrum College for the spring se- mester. Ross is a graduate of Lau- rel Senior High School. BRUCE W. CHILCOAT Account Executive, Investments Certified Financial Planner Call for "The Case For Equities" (302) 226-5100 (800) 258-3131 Fax (302) 226-5200